Campus Free Speech Initiative Program Coordinator
Adeline Lee is the Program Coordinator of PEN America’s Campus Free Speech Initiative. Her work centers on promoting dialogue and understanding between free speech advocates, academics, cultural critics, and student leaders at the forefront of campus movements across the country. Adeline previously worked as a consultant for PEN America’s Free Expression Programs and was a 2016-2017 Coro Fellow in Public Affairs in New York City. As a fellow, she worked across a variety of sectors and organizations including in an adult literacy nonprofit for women, a community justice center creating off-ramps from the justice system, the office of a City Council Member, and a State Assembly race. Adeline is a 2016 graduate of Wellesley College, where she served as student body president and earned a B.A. in Sociology.